Bipolar and Schizophrenia
Bethany Heinesh
Bethany Heinesh
November 13, 2018
There are several differences between bipolar and schizophrenia. Read on to learn about the differences between these often confused conditions.

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Sugar and Bipolar

How Does Sugar Affect Bipolar Disorder?

Sugar and bipolar don't mix. Sugar can make symptoms worse by lower blood-sugar levels. Replace high-sugar items with these simple nutrition changes.
724 found this helpful by Lana Barhum on February 8, 2018
Bipolar Diet

What Are the Best and Worst Foods for Bipolar?

Changing your diet for bipolar can help level moods and reduce stress, as well as improve the effectiveness of your medication.
405 found this helpful by Lana Barhum on January 23, 2018
Healthy Soup Recipes

Healthy Soup Recipes

One area that all people who have bipolar disease have in common is that they all don't eat enough vegetables, these soup recipes will help combat that!
52 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on November 10, 2014
What are Heirloom Seeds?

What are Heirloom Seeds?

What are heirloom seeds? Heirloom seeds are non-genetically engineered seeds and may be found at your local nurseries or home improvement stores.
31 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on September 29, 2014
Health Benefits of Salad

Health Benefits of Salad

There are many health benefits of salad. You’ll love how you feel and you’ll notice your moods are more stable after eating a healthy salad meal.
91 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on September 22, 2014
Bipolar Diet

Smoothies and Bipolar Diet

Smoothies are definitely a trend in nutrition and are an excellent way of getting your daily servings of fruits and vegetables for a healthy Bipolar diet.
216 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on September 15, 2014